Mindful Lucid Dreaming
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Research shows that galantamine stimulates lucid dreaming when combined with MILD training and Sleep Interruption. This brand was used in our research as it was thought to be a reliable, reputable source. It additionally contains choline and vitamin B6, but preliminary tests have not shown this adds to the effect on inducing lucidity.
DISCLAIMER: Supplements like Galantamind have health risks that include side effects and drug interactions, and should not be consumed by certain populations. Never start any dietary supplements without consulting with your medical doctor first.
top books on lucid dreaming
A modern and approachable—yet methodical introduction to lucid dreaming. This book has the most precise, efficient, and easy-to-remember tools for accessing the lucid state. Details here.
An engaging account of dialogues between Western scientists and the Dalai Lama of Tibet. Anyone interested in lucid dreaming, near death experiences, neuroscience and the nature of consciousness will enjoy these discussions. Details here.
by Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche
This book gives detailed instructions for Tibetan Buddhist Dream and Sleep Yoga. It is appropriate for those interested in the spiritual applications of lucid dreaming from the perspective of a rich, cultural tradition. Details here.
by Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche
LUCID DREAMING TOOLS
Illuminate your dream journal without reaching for the lamp, disturbing your bed partner, or subjecting yourself to bright lights.
Red is recommended to avoid overstimulating the brain with bright light at night. However, if you have trouble with vision and reading, you may prefer a brighter color.
Soft, flat headphones wearable while you sleep with good quality, bluetooth speakers. Designed to help you fall asleep to your favorite relaxation or meditation tapes without the discomfort of earbuds.
A useful tool for people who train in lucid dreaming, struggle with insomnia, or have a bed partner who snores. Details here.